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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
851 AM CST Mon Dec 4 2017

Gusty south winds and some scattered light rain showers prevailed
across the area overnight, as a low pressure system moved into
northwest Iowa. Rainfall totals were light and temperatures were
mild. At 7 am, temperatures ranged from 52 in Freeport, up to 62
in Iowa City.

Strong southerly winds, mild temperatures, and grey skies will
prevail across the area today, as a strong cold front plows
eastward across Iowa. There remains a chance for some light rain
showers across the area today, along with a slight chance for a
few thunderstorms. The rain chance increases towards the late
afternoon and early evening hours, as a line of showers and storms
develops along the Mississippi River and proceeds to track off to
the east. In the meantime, south southwest winds will occasionally
gust over 30 miles an hour, as temperatures top out in the 60s to
near 70.

Temperatures will plummet about 40 degrees overnight tonight, as
skies clear out and blustery west winds usher more winter-like
readings back into the region. By the Tuesday morning commute,
temperatures will be in the 20s to low 30s, with wind chills in
the upper single digits and teens.

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